Jill Dillard finally began following her sister Jessa Duggar on Twitter this weekend, sparking speculation that the siblings' purported feud may be over at last.
The pregnant Jill, who is expecting her first child with husband Derick Dillard, is also following Jessa’s husband, Ben Seewald. Both Duggars wed this year.
Yes, the alleged Jill and Jessa Duggar feud was attributed in part, or entirely, to the fact that the social media savvy ladies were not following one another.
There are many theories posited for why the seemingly close siblings would be at odds, but supposedly, Jessa resents that Jill is her parents' favorite.
One family source recently dished that Jessa is tired of hearing “Jill, Jill, Jill.”
If that's true, we can't even imagine what Jana Duggar must be thinking.
The fact that Jessa was dating now-husband Ben months before Jill started dating Derick Dillard, yet Jill beat her to the altar, also burned her a bit.
“Jessa is envious that Jill was the first Duggar daughter to get married," the source adds. "All the attention surrounding Jill was really getting under Jessa’s skin."
Various celebrity gossip sources have also said Jessa is jealous that Jill got pregnant so quickly and has been working hard to conceive by Christmas herself.
We're sure Ben does not have a huge problem helping in that sense.
Either it's all water under the bridge now, though, or there was never any bridge needed to get over this gap, because there is no sign of any issues on Twitter.
Or real life. Instead, they're just gushing over their men. “Tomorrow marks 7 weeks of marriage to this amazing man!" Jessa Duggar wrote on yesterday.
"So excited to be sharing our first Christmas."
Jessa has said that things aren't always perfect at home. “People always ask us ‘Do you have any problems? Do you all ever fight? Are you normal?’ Yes, we are.”
As with most fights, though, people get over them, especially around the holidays. For the Duggar sisters, the holiday thaw (if that) has come just in time.
As always, you can watch 19 Kids and Counting online to see if you can pick up on any signs of the supposed tension lingering between the newlyweds.